Imagine using standard digital cameras and taking 3D pictures. Just point and click, like you do with your regular camera today, and get a 3D image instead of a 2D image. Thanks to an amazing new type of technology from Dimensional Imaging - this is not only possible, but at Direct Dimensions – we’re doing this today and you can too!
Researchers utilize 3D Laser Scanning and Digital Modeling to solve prehistoric puzzles
Part 3 in our series will discuss 3D Modeling technologies, techniques, and applications
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"In honor of the bicentennial of Charles Darwin’s birth, the New York Academy of Sciences’ bust of its legendary member is being replicated for display in the Great Hall of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington..."
"With a track record reaching back more than a century, Clark Construction is one of the country’s most prolific construction firms. With over $4 billion in revenue, Clark ranked as the 13th-largest construction firm in the country..."